Dr. Ching-Hua Huang is an Associate
Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at
Georgia Institute of Technology. She received her B.S. degree in
Chemistry from National Taiwan University, and M.S. and Ph.D.
degrees in Environmental Engineering from the Johns Hopkins
University. She was a postdoctoral researcher
at the University of California-Berkeley for two years before joining
Georgia Tech faculty in 2000.
Huang's research and teaching interests are in the area of environmental
chemistry, advanced analytical chemistry,
transformation kinetics and mechanisms, innovative
water/wastewater treatment technology, and sustainable water reuse. Dr.
Huang has more than sixteen years of research experience on emerging
contaminants such as endocrine disruptors, pharmaceuticals, nitrogenous
disinfection by-products and nanomaterials in natural and engineered water
systems. She has published more than eighty peer-reviewed high impact journal papers,
book chapters and
conference proceeding papers on the above topics and is a frequent invited speaker
at many international conferences. The research by Dr. Huang and her
students has received many awards from organizations such as the American